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Author's profile photo Renata Padilha

SAP PLS Hosted a Partner Meetup in Mexico City

Following editions in Brazil, United States and Germany, independent software vendors (ISVs) and partners from Mexico and region had an opportunity to meet SAP experts for a morning full of insights about the latest SAP technologies, success cases, networking and business strategy towards innovation. Promoted and named after Partner Innovation Lifecycle Services the PLS Partner Meetup Mexico took place on February 12th, at Hotel Sheraton Mexico City Santa Fe, and attracted more than 70 attendees from more than 40 different companies.

The participants were welcomed by SAP experts from Mexico, Colombia and Brazil, delivering technical and business sessions around relevant topics such as Accelerating Intelligent Enterprise, that was the main theme on Miguel Angel Alvarez session; How to Capitalize with Intellectual Property presented by Raúl Medina Mora; How to Expand Business with Industry Strategy, brought by Raphael Claro; and Business Opportunities with the Intelligent Enterprise, presented by Felipe Grandi about the latest news on PLS services. Through examples and cases the participants could learn how to drive their innovation efforts towards SAP’s Intelligent Enterprise strategy to transform customers’ businesses.


The event also counted on a success case from the PLS partner SIFCO, from Guatemala, which presented how they were able to evolve in the market and expand sales in four countries with their SAP Certified solution integrated with SAP Business One.

Besides technical sessions and success cases, the invitees had also a chance to discuss and receive feedback about their innovative projects with SAP experts and enjoy of a nice space for networking. The feedback was very positive, and we are looking forward for the next year edition!


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